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NICKS’S BLOG | Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Brad’s back

After a 20-year break white power singer Brad Hollanby is back with his band Squadron at this weekend's Ian Stuart Donaldson gig. Brad's presence at the ISD gig, held annually in memory of the the Blood & Honour founder and Skrewdriver lead signer Ian Stuart Donaldson who died in a car  read more

INSIDER’S BLOG | Thursday, 22 September 2016

Calvert adding up violent disorder sentences
Not so diddy sentence as Calvert sent down for Dover violence

The woes of the North West Infidels continued today as Blackburn-based leader Shane Calvert was given a 30-month sentence for violent disorder in Dover. Calvert, aka Diddyman, pleaded not guilty at Canterbury Crown Court despite having been filmed throwing missiles, clambering on a police van and trying to break through Kent  read more

STATESIDE BLOG | Wednesday, 20 July 2016

The ‘Counter-Jihad’ Movement’s Revealing Reaction to Black Lives Matter

Those who believe themselves to be self-styled ‘counter-jihadists’ (part of what we define as the counter-jihad movement, or CJM) are forever telling us that they are not racist. They only target Islamic extremists, they maintain. Of course, anyone who monitors them, as we do, knows that is a willful flight  read more

PURPLE RAIN BLOG | Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Revealed – UKIP Youth Leader’s Assault Caution

Jamie Ross McKenzie, Chair of UKIP’s controversial youth wing, Young Independence (YI), was once given a police caution for common assault after abusing a bouncer outside a nightclub, it has emerged. UKIP has strongly denied that the assault was racially motivated. A spokesperson  read more

BRIGADISTA ALE - A special ale to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.

To celebrate our 10th Anniversary, we're looking back at how far we've come and the achievements we've had along way, as well as the challenges we'll face over the next 10 years in bringing #HopeForBritain.